Incumbent Art Zabel will resume his seat on the Germantown Village Board after receiving 925 votes against challenger and Mequon police officer John Hoell, who received 539 votes.
Election results remain unofficial until they are certified by the Board of Canvassers, which meets Wednesday, after press deadline.
Zabel is not new to the Village Board. He was first elected as a board trustee from 1984-1991. He then held the village presidency from 1991-1993 before resuming his role as a trustee from 2006-present.
Village Board members serve three-year terms and receive $5,500 annually.
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